The menu is designed to match and fully appreciate the wines of the Ratti Winery, starting from the simplest wines to arrive at the more complex ones on a journey between memory and originality.
Our new 2022 menu will be soon online
The most exclusive room is the “La Torre” suite, the only one of its kind in the whole of Piedmont. Divided over the top three floors of the majestic neo-gothic tower, it has a splendid terrace with a 360° view and a small private spa.
Going down to the lower floor of the Villa passing the ancient brick walls, a comfortable illuminated passageway will lead you to the relaxation area where you will find a large Jacuzzi, a Turkish bath, chromotherapy and a Swedish sauna, as well as comfortable loungers overlooking the vineyards.
Positioned among the flowers and the vineyards, the Villa’s large swimming pool has been created to spend moments of enchantment and relaxation swimming in the midst of nature.
A massage is a gift for yourself of absolute well-being. We can provide different types of massage and to complete the moment, a warm relaxing herbal tea in our relaxation area.
The historic wine cellar of the Villa is a great space for private dinners, small meetings and specially to taste some great wines of the Ratti winery.
The Villa’s car parking is equipped with two 7 kW charging stations for electric cars.
Renato Ratti was the first person to vinify a Barolo coming from a single vineyard (Barolo Marcenasco 1965) and to create the map of the most important historical vineyards (Barolo Map, 1976), and is considered the great innovator of Barolo.
The Ratti Winery is in the heart of the Barolo area, below the ancient Annunziata Abbey, a precious jewel of the fifteenth century. The road to get there represents a unique opportunity to understand and get to know the territory, moving from the well-kept vineyards of Barbera d’Asti to the precious and orderly ones of Barolo. The wine tasting and visits by appointment are an opportunity to learn more about the wines and the history of these hills, today recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.